Community Health Systems discloses a breach that sources say points to China.
IBM is sending its Corporate Services Corps to Brazil on a mission to help save the Amazon rainforest.
The 2net platform offers a set of wireless health solutions that can capture and deliver medical device data to integrated portals or databases.
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Google wants to encourage parents to get their kids involved in the Blockly games so they can introduce them to programming and promising future careers.
The benefit of telemedicine has the potential to impact organizations of all sizes, from small employers to those providing convenient medical care.
A judge specifies that Rimini Street installed unlicensed copies of Oracle PeopleSoft on its systems, violating copyrights.
More than one-third of field workers gave their IT department a grade of "C" or lower for recent downtime management, according to a MeriTalk report.
As many as 18.5 percent of computers within businesses are infected with malware and connecting to malicious sites, according to security firm Damballa.
M2M is gaining adoption globally and across markets, particularly as companies adjust their focus from efficiencies to opportunities.
Overall, the second quarter ended with 62 transactions completed, mirroring the first quarter and continuing the momentum of 2013’s second-half surge.
The data center is fast becoming the computer. Let's chat about the implications Wednesday in the monthly eWEEKchat.
Ringadoc offers an automated, cloud-based answering service that allows doctors to access and respond to after-hours messages through a Web browser.
A California judge rejected a proposed $324.5 million settlement by Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe to resolve a class-action employment lawsuit.
Globalization, travel and the distribution of goods and services to every corner of the planet require smarter, faster and more efficient transportation. From business trips and family vacations to the shipment of a product from one place to the other, innovative IT offerings based on mobile, analytics and cloud technologies are employed to get people and things from Point A to Point B quickly, safely, efficiently and economically. IBM has made long-term investments in serving the IT needs of the travel and transportation industry. For instance, MERMEC Group, an Italian technology company that focuses on rail inspection, diagnostics and signaling, uses IBM's technology. MERMEC also develops asset management software for the rail industry. And given the safety implications of its services, MERMEC Group must ensure high availability for its asset management services. With input from IBM, this eWEEK slide show illustrates how smarter infrastructure technology is helping transform the travel and transportation industry.